2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment ? A colour photograph of the Commonwealth War Grave of Lieutenant Colonel Colin Robert Hoste Stirlng DSO & Bar MC who was killed in action whilst in command of the battalion on the 28th May 1918, aged 24. He is buried at the St Sever Cemetery, Rouen. His parent regiment was the Cameronians.
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Bordon in Hampshire in 1913 with, rear row left to right Lieutenant Harry F.D. Stirling, Lieutenant Hamelin F. Coddington, Lieutenant Claude V. Champion de Crespigay, 2nd Lieutenant Johnn U. Kelly, Quartermaster Alexander J. Yardley, Hawkins (attached officer), Captain Douglas G.N.I. Wimberly, Captain Henslow, Lieutenant Carter, Lieutenant Murray, Captain Edward Vincent, RSM Grant DCM and, seated left to right, Lieutenant Arthur C. Magor, Lieutenant William S. Hern, Lieutenant Matcham, Captain MacDonald, Colonel Payne, Captain Edward Evans DSO, Captain Walter S. Brown, Captain Shaw, Captain Cecil A. Law. Seated at the front, left to right, are Captain Claude F. Thornton and Captain Harry B. Fisher
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers in India between 1902 and 1908 with, rear row second from the left, Lieutenant Robert F. Guy, third from the left, Lieutenant William A. Blake, fifth from the left, Lieutenant R.A. Dawes, Lieutenant Bowler, Lieutenant Harry F.D. Stirling, Lieutenant Edward J. F. King, Captain Mordaunt C. Richards. Seated from the left are Quartermaster Henry Mankelow, Major Arthur G. Jefferys, Major Ernest H.J. Reay, General Beaston, Major Louis H. Warden, Major Walter H. Rocke, Unknown, Lieutenant A.W. Timmis; seated at the front, from left to right, Lieutenant Archibald V.P. Martin, Lieutenant Hubert R.A. Davis, Lieutenant Charles A. Barker, Lieutenant Francis H. Dansey, 2nd Lieutenant Cyril H.E. Moore and Lieutenant Percy S. Rowan. Lieutenant Dawes served in the Boer War and was destined to become the first officer from the Regiment to be kiled in the 1st World War.
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment ? A sepia photograph of an officers group in Church Lines, Rawalpindi, India in April 1904. In the rear row, from left to right, are -?-, 2nd Lieutenant Walter R.A. Dawes, -?-, -?-, 2nd Lieutenant Archibald V.P. Martin, Lieutenant Percy S. Rowen, -?- and Lieutenant Cyril H.E. Moore, Seated in the middle row are Lieutenant and Quartermaster Henry Mankelow, Major Arthur G. Jeffreys, -?-, Lieutenant Colonel Finley C. Beatson CB, Major Louis H. Warden, Lieutenant T.Roche, Captain Mordaunt C. Richards and Captain Alexander W. Timmis. In the front row are -?-, -?-, Lieutenant Francis E. Bowler, 2nd Lieutenant Hagger, Lieutenant Fitzgerald G.King, Lieutenant Denny and 2nd Lieutenant Harry F.D. Stirling.